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Fireworks are mainly seen twice a year. First one is on New Years Eve through the night and morning for January 1st and second one on July 4th. The Fourth of July, which is Independence Day in the United States, is a federal holiday celebrated each year on July 4. The USA adopted the Declaration of Independence in 1776. This year is the 242nd anniversary. Americans celebrate with displays of fireworks, whether it is just a few small ones with your family at your house or the cities put on a big show with the professional kind.

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I love watching the displays of fireworks as you never know what it is going to look like. There are many like each time but they might explode differently.

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The big bursts of colors are probably might favorite.

This one resembles a flower. Do you agree?

The ones that are green definitely catch my attention because green is my favorite color. How about you?

The tight burst is excellent with these. It looks so awesome.

Look at how they sparkle in the night sky. Isn’t it so pretty and cool at the same time?

There was quite a lot going on with this one. It almost didn’t fit in the frame of my photo.

Remember to always be safe around them. Keep your distance and watch them carefully. Keep kids at an even safer distance.

Thank you for visiting, reading and looking at my photos. I hope you enjoyed it where you can imagine being there at the time I was and hear the small explosions as they light up the sky.

A lot of these from this Fourth of July remind me of some of the flowers in this blog post from April.

https://anagarciaphoto.net/2018/04/12/south-florida-colorful-flowers/

Check out more of my photos of fireworks from July 4 (Independence Day) and January 1 (New Year) over the years.

https://www.anagarciaphoto.com/Events/Fireworks